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RE: [IP] Type 2 versus type 1



My mother in law is like this. Not too long ago she wanted a very small
slice of birthday cake but said she had better not have it. Instead she got
herself a whole plate of mashed potatoes! When I teased her about this she
put away the mashed potatoes (hadn't eaten any) and instead fixed herself a
huge glass of milk with a large piece of cornbread crumbled in it. At that
point I gave up.  Heh heh heh.

David Dougherty



-----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted [mailto:email @ redacted]On Behalf
Of gianna marzilli
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 1999 12:37 AM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: Re: [IP] Type 2 versus type 1





It's funny how type two are very often uneducated.  My grandmother is type
two, i am type one and we go to the same endo.  But my gram has this thought
that her diabetes isn't as serious as mine -- and she is uninformed.  She is
still convinced that sugar will kill her, yet we go out to eat and she
refuses the carrots because they are "too sweet."  And yet, somehow the
extra large baked potato she eats doesn't seem to bother her . . . .--Gianna

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